The dominant athlete and her 3-year-old daughter, Olympia, showed their support for Hot Girl Meg and all the Grammy winners on Sunday, March 14. The dynamic duo switched out their tennis gear for some gorgeous gowns and proceeded to dance to Meg’s song, “Body.” It turns out that Olympia wants to copy everything mommy does, not just tennis! The little girl wiggled her way into the frame as she danced alongside Serena. The whole thing is just too cute!
Megan Thee Stallion went home with multiple Grammy wins, but the cute mother/daughter dance Serena shared has to be more valuable than the trophies! Serena donned a tulle gown, while Olympia opted for a pink princess dress. They were dressed to impress while they danced to “Body.” “How we feel about these Grammy wins! Congratulations!!” Serena captioned the adorable TikTok video.
When mommy raised her hand over her head, so did Olympia. When mommy used a tennis racket as a prop, so did Olympia! Like mother, like daughter!
Serena has paid homage to Meg and her music before. In December, she stopped mid-training and busted out the viral “Body” dance. “I was told I don’t share enough of my training. I hope this helps y’all know I’m serious,” the tennis star joked at the time.
Meg returned the respect favor when she called Serena “the greatest athlete in any sport ever” during an opinion piece with The New York Times. She was defending Serena for the outfit she wore during the 2018 French Open. “The fact that Serena Williams, the greatest athlete in any sport ever, had to defend herself for wearing a bodysuit at the 2018 French Open is proof positive of how misguided the obsession with Black women’s bodies is,” Meg wrote at the time.
Megan went home with Grammys for best new artist and best rap performance for her “Savage” remix with Beyonce. She thanked her fans on stage, which now includes 3-year-old Olympia. “I love her work ethic, I love the way she is, I love the way she carries herself,” Megan said after thanking Beyonce during her Grammy acceptance speech. “And my mama would always be like ‘Megan, what would Beyoncé do?’ And I’m always like, you know what, what would Beyoncé do — let me make it a little ratchet.”